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A FAMILY FOR EVERY CHILD
MENTORING PROGRAM
Recruits volunteers to pair with youth needing one-on-one mentoring services. Mentors are asked to dedicate at least 10 hours per month for at least one year. Facilitates matches so that youth have life-long connections and support as they navigate life changes.
1675 W 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Ages 5-20
Hours: Not applicable
ANGELDADS INC
FATHER FIGURES
Provides father figures/dads for both girls and boys that do not have a dad actively involved in their life.
9885 SW Pawnee Path
Tualatin, OR 97062
Eligibility: Ages 1-10
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ANTFARM
AXIS LEARNING CENTER
AntFarm's Axis Learning Center is a youth education center with academic and youth support services. The Learning Center has 13 computers to create and facilitate learning and access to information. Assisting young people with completion of high school, establishment of educational goals, and movement towards college and/or work readiness are core services offered. Community members offer support through tutoring, mentoring, community volunteering, job-skills training, supported employment, and assisting young people with problem solving and critical thinking skills.
39140 Proctor Boulevard
Sandy, OR 97055
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ARISE AND SHINE
PARENTING PROGRAM
Assist immigrant, refugee, and community families with parenting skills classes and mentorship program.
18901 E Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Families with children under the age of 18 or pregnant women
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-8pm
BAMBINOS OREGON
MENTORING PROGRAM
Mentoring program with Christian women.
322 Main Street
Suite 326
Dallas, OR 97338
Eligibility: Women
Hours: Monday/Wednesday 9am-noon, Thursday 1pm-4pm
BASIC RIGHTS OREGON
Basic Rights Oregon works to build a broad and inclusive politically powerful movement, shift public opinion, and achieve policy victories so that all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Oregonians experience equality. Other services include information and referral to legal services and mentors to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth; education and outreach to the business community; and political advocacy. Volunteer opportunities are also available.
620 SW 5th Avenue
Suite 1210
Portland, OR 97204
Eligibility: Interest in LGBTQ issues
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS COLUMBIA NORTHWEST
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS
One-to-one mentor program matches youth with an adult mentor to serve as a positive role model and offer guidance and support.
6443 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97221
Eligibility: Program serves children and youth ages 6-18. Adult volunteers are screened (must pass a background check), must be 18 or older, and commit to 3-4 outings per month for at least one year.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-7pm
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON BEND
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS MENTORING PROGRAM
Provides one-on-one mentoring to children through screened and trained volunteer Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Programs include community-based mentoring, school-based mentoring, and other site-based mentoring.
2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Mentors provided for ages 6-15
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON REDMOND
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS MENTORING PROGRAM
Provides one-on-one mentoring to children through screened and trained volunteer Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Programs include community-based mentoring, school-based mentoring, and other site-based mentoring.
412 SW 8th Street
#2209
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Mentors provided for ages 6-15
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF EMERALD VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
The Boys & Girls Club is a safe and positive space for youth to engage in fun and empowering programs such as: leadership and community service, academic enrichment, workforce training, performing and visual arts, and personal health and fitness.
1545 W 22nd Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405
Eligibility: All school-aged youths ages 6-18
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SOUTHWESTERN OREGON
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Offers members variety of after school programs, including the after school Youth and Teen Center, Pacific School of Dance, Gymnastics Plus, year round tennis and seasonal sports leagues and camps.
3333 Walnut Avenue
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Ages 6-18 (grades 1-12)
Hours: Youth & Teen Center hours: Monday-Friday 11:15am-5:30pm
In service hours: To be determined, call for information
Summer extended hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
BRIDGES TO CHANGE
BRIDGES TO CHANGE CLACKAMAS COUNTY OFFICE
Program offers transitional and permanent housing as well as treatment and supportive service options for individuals recovering from addictions. Led by peer mentors. IOP and outpatient substance use disorder treatment is available at various locations.
900 Main Street
Suite 200
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
BRIDGES TO CHANGE
BRIDGES TO CHANGE MULTNOMAH COUNTY OFFICE
Program offers transitional and permanent housing as well as treatment and supportive service options for individuals recovering from addictions. Led by peer mentors. IOP and outpatient substance use disorder treatment is available at various locations.
7916 SE Foster Road
Suite 201
Portland, OR 972660
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
BRIDGES TO CHANGE
BRIDGES TO CHANGE WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICE
Program offers transitional and permanent housing as well as treatment and supportive service options for individuals recovering from addictions. Led by peer mentors. IOP and outpatient substance use disorder treatment is available at various locations.
1049 SW Baseline Street
Suite D480
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CENTRAL OREGON DISABILITY SUPPORT NETWORK
CENTRAL OREGON DISABILITY SUPPORT NETWORK BEND OFFICE
FAMILY ADVOCATES
Peer mentors are available to support families in any way families feel comfortable. Mentors can provide assistance outside of meetings, and can also attend educational or medical meetings and appointments with families at times.
2525 NE Twin Knolls Drive
Suite 7
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Children with disabilities and their families. No proof of diagnosis is required.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
CENTRAL OREGON DISABILITY SUPPORT NETWORK
CENTRAL OREGON DISABILITY SUPPORT NETWORK REDMOND OFFICE
FAMILY ADVOCATES
Peer mentors are available to support families in any way families feel comfortable. Mentors can provide assistance outside of meetings, and can also attend educational or medical meetings and appointments with families at times.
731 SW Highland Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Children with disabilities and their families. No proof of diagnosis is required.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
CHILDREN'S CANCER ASSOCIATION
JOYRX MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
Mentor program pairing seriously ill children and teens in treatment with trained, volunteer adult mentors. Mentors play games, listen to music, share hobbies, and provide companionship to relieve the anxiety, loneliness, and isolation experienced by children in treatment. A JoyRx mentor can also give parents a break to grab a cup of coffee, talk with doctors, or spend time with their other children.
1200 NW Naito Parkway
Suite 140
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Families with children in treatment for cancer or other serious illnesses ages birth to 18 at Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel or Doernbecher Children's Hospital
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm, Friday 8am-1:30pm. Mentors meet with families based on both parties' schedules.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY CHILDREN, FAMILY & COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
PREVENTION AND POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Provides prevention and positive youth development programs that promote and encourage physical and emotional safety, supportive and healthy relationships, skill building, and community engagement. Programs are school-based and include a teen mentor program.

The Teen Mentor Program offers a way for teens to use their talent and skills as friends and role models for elementary school-aged children who need additional emotional support and positive attention at school. Teens are paired up in the beginning of the school year to meet with their “mentee” for one hour, one day each week, during the school day at the elementary school. Elementary students benefit by increased self-confidence, a more positive attitude toward school, and improved social skills and academic performance. Teens develop leadership skills, social awareness and increase their engagement in the community. Currently, Teen Mentor Program is operating in Estacada.
112 11th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7am-6pm
Program service hours vary
COLUMBIA RIVER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
COLUMBIA RIVER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES YOUTH HOUSE
YOUTH OPTIONS
Provides outpatient therapy for youth. Services include psychiatric evaluation and treatment, case management, dual diagnosis assessment and treatment, and drug and alcohol addiction assessment and treatment. Provides a mentoring program for youth considered high-risk, including employment readiness, as well as an intensive support and training program for youth aging out of the foster care system.
1012 Esther Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Ages 14-24 who are eligible for Medicaid and are out of the home or at imminent risk of out-of-home-placement
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-7pm, Friday 8am-5pm
CROOK COUNTY KIDS CLUB
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS
After-school programs provide opportunities for homework help and tutoring, college and job readiness, youth employment and volunteering, and mentoring. Offers arts and sciences programs, drop-in activities, and more.
1875 NE Iron Horse Way
Prineville, OR 97754
Eligibility: Ages 5-12
Hours: After-school program: Monday-Friday 2pm-6pm
Non-school days: Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
DESCHUTES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPS FOR YOUTH (COPY)
Works to reduce trauma among children facing issues related to parental incarceration through a one-on-one volunteer mentorship program. Mentors spend a few hours per week with a child for a minimum of one year. Time is often spent attending community events or sport/recreation activities. Some volunteers provide academic assistance or help develop reading skills. Common activities are riding bikes, playing at the park, art projects, going to the movies, fishing, swimming, bowling, listening to music, going to the library, and hiking. Volunteers often provide a link to additional community support and work with staff who are aware of scholarship opportunities, youth enrichment programs, and other resources that assist children and families in succeeding.
63333 W Highway 20
Bend, OR 97703
Eligibility: Ages 5-15 with an incarcerated parent or caregiver
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION WASHINGTON
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OREGON
Leads the fight to overcome challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives. Supports the following uncompensated programs and services provided to people with epilepsy and their families: -Camp Discovery (Annual youth summer camp) -Speak Up Speak Out (S.U.S.O.) Program (Advocacy and government relations) -Emergency Medication Assistance (For uninsured, homeless and needy. Provides one-time only emergency assistance for individuals with epilepsy who need anticonvulsant medication only.) -Epilepsy 101 and Seizure Response Training (For public, police, teachers, nurses and employers) -Teen, Adult, Parent Support Groups (Support groups for people with epilepsy and their families) -Employment Assistance Programs (Provide resource assistance for employment transition) -Public Education Programs (annual conferences about epilepsy)
9340 SW Barnes Road
Suite 102
Portland, OR 97225
Eligibility: Consumers needing information or referrals related to epilepsy
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Helpline: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION WASHINGTON
Leads the fight to overcome challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives. Supports the following uncompensated programs and services provided to people with epilepsy and their families: -Camp Discovery (Annual youth summer camp) -Speak Up Speak Out (S.U.S.O.) Program (Advocacy and government relations) -Emergency Medication Assistance (For uninsured, homeless and needy. Provides one-time only emergency assistance for individuals with epilepsy who need anticonvulsant medication only.) -Epilepsy 101 and Seizure Response Training (For public, police, teachers, nurses and employers) -Teen, Adult, Parent Support Groups (Support groups for people with epilepsy and their families) -Employment Assistance Programs (Provide resource assistance for employment transition) -Public Education Programs (annual conferences about epilepsy)
2311 N 45th Street
Suite 134
Seattle, WA 98103
Eligibility: Consumers needing information or referrals related to epilepsy
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Helpline: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
FAMILY OF FRIENDS MENTORING
YOUTH MENTORING AND VOLUNTEERING
Provides youth mentoring services for low-income families. Volunteer mentors are recruited from the general community, then are screened, trained, and matched with a youth by professional staff. Children and mentors meet once per week outside of school hours. Children and mentors choose outings with parent approval, but focus on fun, safe activities that develop social and emotional skills. Staff provide support for youth and volunteers throughout participation in the program. Volunteers and youth/families commit to at least one year, with the option to continue longer with the same mentor.
1333 NW Eastman Parkway
Gresham, OR 97030
Eligibility: Youth: Grades K-5 in Gresham and Gresham-area schools. Must be living with a stable adult who can coordinate meetings with a mentor.

Volunteer Mentors: Ages 21-70. Must be able to commit 1-3 hours per week, have reliable transportation, a stable lifestyle, and complete agency background and training requirements.
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Mentoring hours are flexible
GIRLS INC OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
AFTER SCHOOL EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMS
This organization provides school-based empowerment programs and assertiveness education for adolescent girls. Some of the programs include:
-Allies in Action which uses an interactive, peer-centered approach to change the climate of competition and hostility between girls
-Friendly PEERsuasion which approaches drug abuse prevention as a peer issue, using the positive influence of young people modeling healthy behavior
-Operation SMART, a program without walls, where resources from all across the community are focused on assisting girls
-Economic Literacy, guiding girls to build sound economic decisions and financial stability

Programs are designed to help girls feel more comfortable and capable in school by building self esteem, collaborative learning relationships, and other important developmental assets.
4800 S Macadam Avenue
Suite 309
Portland, OR 97239
Eligibility: Girls ages 6-18. Girls must attend the program associated with their school. Participating schools vary.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
GIRLS INC OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
ASSOCIATES MENTORING PROGRAM
Women in professional careers collectively mentor teams of girls primarily at the workplace. The girls meet at the work site twice a month after school (12-month commitment required), receive individual mentoring once a month, and have occasional recreational outings in the community. Mentorship includes career exploration through working collectively and quarterly social gatherings.
4800 S Macadam Avenue
Suite 309
Portland, OR 97239
Eligibility: Girls ages 10-18
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
GUIDANCE 2 GREATNESS
BEYOND REENTRY
Agency assists with criminal record and eviction expungement, job development, workplace training, financial literacy, and felony rights with a focus on the African American and BIPOC community. May be able to provide program participants with supplies such as personal protective equipment and a desktop computer. Provides reentry training to women ages 18-24.
Eligibility: Age 18 and older
Reentry Training for women ages 18-24
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HEARTS WITH A MISSION
HEARTS WITH A MISSION MEDFORD
YOUTH SHELTER
Youth shelter providing temporary emergency shelter for up to 120 days with written parent/guardian consent or 72 hours without written consent. Services for sheltered and unsheltered youth include case management, mentoring, housing search assistance, and counseling services. Bathing facilities, school supplies, laundry facilities, a clothing closet, and personal grooming supplies are also provided.
517 Edwards Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Homeless, runaway, transitional living, and at-risk youth ages 10-17
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
Serves homeless youth by providing meals, clothing, laundry, personal hygiene items, showers, referral services, job skill classes, mentoring, recreation, and telephone services.
834 Monroe Street
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Drop-In Center: Ages 16 - 24
Hours: Drop-In Center: Monday-Thursday 1pm -6:30pm, lunch is served at 1pm and dinner at 5pm
HOUGH FOUNDATION
HOUGH ELEMENTARY FAMILY SERVICES CENTER
Provides a variety of supportive services, including a clothing closet, healthy snacks, family advocacy, mentors, and participation in community activities and events.
1900 Daniels Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Hough Elementary School families and home schooled families within the Hough Elementary School boundaries
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-3pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
YOUTH MENTORING
Provides one-on-one mentoring for students.
10301 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Grades K-12
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO AFRICA HOUSE
YOUTH MENTORING
Provides one-on-one mentoring for students.
709 NE 102nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Grades K-12
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO ASIAN FAMILY CENTER
YOUTH MENTORING
Provides one-on-one mentoring for students.
8040 NE Sandy Boulevard
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Grades K-12
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
INDEPENDENT LIVING
Provides DHS foster youth with training and support to help better equip them for adulthood. With one-to-one mentoring, facilitated groups and case management, youth are actively thinking and learning about what it will take to live successfully as an adult. A large range of subjects are learned including, personal social skills, methods of accessing community resources, and car maintenance.
115 N 10th Street
Administration Office
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: Ages 14-22
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LAKE COUNTY EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
YOUTH MENTOR PROGRAM
Links mentors and youth one-on-one to encourage academic and personal success in a casual atmosphere. Youth work with adults for one hour per week to develop life skills, such as setting boundaries, time management, improved study habits, strong communication, positive peer relationships, and respect for self and others.
357 N L Street
Lakeview, OR 97630
Eligibility: Mentors must pass a background and fingerprint check.
Mentees must be students in grades K-12.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm
LILA (LANE INDEPENDENT LIVING ALLIANCE)
LILA
Provides disability related services including Information and Referral, Peer Mentoring, Mental Health Support Groups, Peer Counseling, Mental Health Peer Support Club, Disability Navigators (employment), The Blue Path Project - which promotes accessibility in local businesses, The WIN Program (Benefit Coordination), Social Security benefits application assistance, and advocacy. Programs and services offered include: Information and Referral, Peer Mentoring, Mental Health Support Groups, Peer Counseling, Mental Health Peer Support Club, Disability Navigators (employment), The Blue Path Project - which promotes accessibility in local businesses, The WIN Program (Benefit Coordination), Social Security benefits application assistance, and advocacy.

Mental Health Peer Support Club is located at 990 Oak Street.
20 E 13th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Anyone with a disability
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm
LOST & FOUND YOUTH OUTREACH
LOST AND FOUND YOUTH OUTREACH
Lost & Found offers opportunities for building healthy relationships with adult mentors in safe groups to youth who may be in at-risk situations. The opportunities include groups for support and relationship, life skills and cognitive behavior development, incentive activities, service learning projects, and job skills development. Lost & Found staff members are available for crisis calls, life coaching, and solution oriented decision-making assistance.
200 SE Hailey Avenue
Suite 102
Pendleton, OR 97801
Eligibility: Ages 12-18
Hours: Administrative hours: Tuesday-Thursday 10am-3pm
Activities often occur outside of these hours and on weekends.
LOVE INC NEWBERG
RELATIONAL MINISTRY
A Christian-based program that links people in need with church members. Church members act as mentors to program participants for a period of one year through classes and one-on-one mentoring. Participants learn to set goals, develop skills, and are made aware of both church and community resources. Spiritual and emotional support is shown to all who attend.
200 S College St
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Serves current Love INC clients
Hours: Thursday 6:30pm-8pm
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
COLONIA AMISTAD
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
Resource Connection and Navigation services help people access resources before, during, or after a crisis, including food, health care financial assistance, education about Civil Rights and Responsibilities, advocacy, and internal referrals to our community partners.



Parenting Support services help people in their role as parents through community cafes, the Casa Infantil Project, Strengthening Families Parenting Classes, advocacy, case management, diapers, baby formula, and other varying baby items.



Document Preparation Services include simple Power of Attorney letters, Travel Consents for Minors, translations, and notarization of documents.



Form Completion services include public benefit applications (such as food stamps, housing, and Oregon Health Plan), divorce, custody, child support, small claims, name change forms from Marion County Circuit Court, passport applications, rental applications, DMV Forms, medical questionnaires, and job applications.
30 S Gun Club Road
Independence, OR 97351
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Strengthening Families: Ages 10-14 and their parents
Hours: Monday 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-6pm
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
COLONIA LIBERTAD
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
Resource Connection and Navigation services help people access resources before, during, or after a crisis, including food, health care financial assistance, education about Civil Rights and Responsibilities, advocacy, and internal referrals to our community partners.

Parenting Support services help people in their role as parents through community cafes, the Casa Infantil Project, Strengthening Families Parenting Classes, advocacy, case management, diapers, baby formula, and other varying baby items.

Document Prepartion Services include simple Power of Attorney letters, Travel Consents for Minors, translations, and notarization of documents.

Form Completion services include public benefit applications (such as food stamps, housing, and Oregon Health Plan), divorce, custody, child support, small claims, name change forms from Marion County Circuit Court, passport applications, rental applications, DMV Forms, medical questionnaires, and job applications.

Youth Development provides support to youth members of the community so that they graduate and find stable employment. Services include mentoring, after and out-of-school activities, volunteer and leadership activities, advocacy, and case management.
2921 Saddle Club Street SE
#1009
Salem, OR 97317
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Strengthening Families: Ages 10-14 and their parents
Hours: Monday 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-6pm
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
NORTHGATE BUILDING
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
Resource Connection and Navigation services help people access resources before, during, or after a crisis, including food, health care financial assistance, education about Civil Rights and Responsibilities, advocacy, and internal referrals to our community partners.

Parenting Support services help people in their role as parents through community cafes, the Casa Infantil Project, Strengthening Families Parenting Classes, advocacy, case management, diapers, baby formula, and other varying baby items.

Document Prepartion Services include simple Power of Attorney letters, Travel Consents for Minors, translations, and notarization of documents.

Form Completion services include public benefit applications (such as food stamps, housing, and Oregon Health Plan), divorce, custody, child support, small claims, name change forms from Marion County Circuit Court, passport applications, rental applications, DMV Forms, medical questionnaires, and job applications.

Youth Development provides support to youth members of the community so that they graduate and find stable employment. Services include mentoring, after and out-of-school activities, volunteer and leadership activities, advocacy, and case management.
3850 Portland Road NE
Suite 130
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Strengthening Families: Ages 10-14 and their parents
Hours: Monday 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-6pm
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS OF WASHINGTON STATE
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON VANCOUVER
PEER-TO-PEER CLASS
Educational program for adults living with mental health challenges who want to better understand their condition and journey toward recovery. Class meets for 8 weekly sessions, 2.5 hour educational program; taught by trained peer leaders with lived experience; create a personalized relapse prevention plan; understand the impact of mental health symptoms on your life; develop confidence for making decisions and reducing stress; learn skills to advocate for yourself and how to interact with others.
2500 Main Street
Suite 120
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Age 18 and older with mental health issues in need of information and support
Hours: Call or visit the website for next available course
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
PDX-CONNECT
Provides an array of transition support services, including intensive case management, life skills coaching and skills classes, mentoring for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC), college readiness workshops, college housing support, and connection to Oregon Foster Youth Connect's (OFYC) foster youth self-advocacy program.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 14-25 who are involved in the foster care system or CSEC youth
Hours: By appointment
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
NEW DAY
Uses a survivor centered approach that prioritizes the safety, needs, and rights of youth involved in or at risk of sex trafficking. Culturally specific services available for youth include mobile outreach and crisis response, safety planning and wrap-around case management, mentoring and advocacy, and providing food, showers, transportation, and other basic needs. These services include access to shelter and housing, employment and education programs, LGBTQ specific services and supports, prevention and education (in schools and community), support and skills groups, and resource and referrals. A 24/7 Crisis Line providing support, safety plans, and access to motel vouchers and transportation is also provided.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 12-25 who have been impacted by sex trafficking
Hours: Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Referral Line: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
NEW DAY
Uses a survivor centered approach that prioritizes the safety, needs, and rights of youth involved in or at risk of sex trafficking. Culturally specific services available for youth include mobile outreach and crisis response, safety planning and wrap-around case management, mentoring and advocacy, and providing food, showers, transportation, and other basic needs. These services include access to shelter and housing, employment and education programs, LGBTQ specific services and supports, prevention and education (in schools and community), support and skills groups, and resource and referrals. A 24/7 Crisis Line providing support, safety plans, and access to motel vouchers and transportation is also provided.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 12-25 who have been impacted by sex trafficking
Hours: Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Referral Line: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
ALBA COLLABORATIVE
Provides prevention, early intervention, and support services to youth who are at-risk of or experiencing housing instability. Also operates a 24/7 crisis line and offers case management, family mediation and reunification, crisis intervention and short-term emergency housing, basic needs and transportation, client assistance, resource referral and navigation (including access to alternative education options, LGBTQ-specific programs, and wraparound services for gang-impacted and sex-trafficked youth).
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 9-17 and experiencing housing instability
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-6pm
Hotline: 24 hours per day/ 7 days per week
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GORGE YOUTH MENTORING
Gorge Youth Mentoring recruits, screens, trains, and supports adult volunteer mentors for children and teens. Mentors offer friendship and support with the goal of helping youth perform better in school and making them less likely to use drugs or turn to violence to solve problems. BBBS matches mentors with youth in their own community.
965 Tucker Road
Hood River, OR 97031
Eligibility: Ages 7-14 can be matched with a adult mentor.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
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YOUTH FAMILY SERVICES
Youth and Family Services works with youth and their families by providing support services, including counseling, support groups, violence and anger prevention training, life skills groups, parenting classes, new parenting groups, crime victims support, and community information and referral and temporary housing.
965 Tucker Road
Hood River, OR 97031
Eligibility: Ages 6-21 and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
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GORGE YOUTH MENTORING
Gorge Youth Mentoring (GYM) recruits, screens, trains, and supports volunteer adult mentors for children and teens. Mentors offer friendship and support with the goal of helping youth perform better in school and making them less likely to use drugs or turn to violence to solve problems. Matches mentors with youth in their own community.
1113 Kelly Avenue
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Ages 7-14 can be matched with a adult mentor.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
P:EAR
p:ear builds positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth through a drop-in center that provides arts & music, educational, mentoring, and outdoor recreational programs. Supporting programs to provide a safe space, bus tickets, haircuts, clothing, and support for pregnancy and parenting. Also offer cooking classes, as well as breakfast and lunch. Accepts food and supply donations.
338 NW 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 15-25 who are experiencing homelessness and/or in transition
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 9am-2pm, Breakfast at 9am and Lunch at noon to those served by p:ear
Donations: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
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PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT FOR TRAUMA SURVIVORS
Support is provided by trained volunteers, supporting survivors in gathering information and making decisions about their treatment and life goals. The primary role of the volunteer is to provide emotional support and companionship to their peers and help them strengthen participation in the community, broaden support networks, and find resources to meet their personal goals.
640 NE 3rd Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Age 18 and older who have experienced trauma at some point in their lives
Hours: Varies by site
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PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT FOR TRAUMA SURVIVORS
Support is provided by trained volunteers, supporting survivors in gathering information and making decisions about their treatment and life goals. The primary role of the volunteer is to provide emotional support and companionship to their peers and help them strengthen participation in the community, broaden support networks, and find resources to meet their personal goals.
1599 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Age 18 and older who have experienced trauma at some point in their lives
Hours: Varies by site
ROGUE VALLEY MENTORING
1-TO-1 MATCH PROGRAM
Provides a mentor for youth who spends one to two hours per week together doing an activity the mentee and mentor decide on together. These can include sports, cards, board games, skating, and more. Mentors are trained and undergo a background check.
2931 S Pacific Highway
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Ages 9-24
Hours: Determined by Mentor and Mentee's Family
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
SUN YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAM (SYAP)
Fosters academic achievement by providing school-linked, age-appropriate, and culturally specific academic support (activities such as tutoring, mentoring, reading club, gender groups, and conflict resolution classes), case management, family engagement, and skill-building groups. This program is part of the SUN Service System. Provides services for youth and their families so that youth remain in or return to school. These services are delivered at community and school sites to youth attending regular and/or alternative schools who are at risk of academic failure. Formerly known as the Social and Support Services for Educational Success program (SSSES).

Youth Services are offered during a six-week summer program, four one-week summer camps, and an eight-week summer basketball league.
3920 N Kerby Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: Ages 11-17 and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-6pm
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
YOUTH SERVICES
Provides outreach services to families with at-risk children. Services include mentoring, case management, parenting classes, and referrals to outside resources. Parent coordinators work with family service staff to help parents find housing, employment, and counseling in order to provide a safe environment for their children.
3920 N Kerby Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: At-risk children and their families
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-7pm, Friday 8:30am-5pm
UMPQUA VALLEY DISABILITIES NETWORK
DISABILITY SERVICES
Supports people with disabilities, their families and loved ones by providing Information and Referral, Peer Mentoring/Supports, Independent Living Skills Training, Individual and Systems Advocacy, Life Transition Services and Dial-A-Ride.
736 SE Jackson Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: People with all types of disabilities; their families and loved ones
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm, Friday 9am-2pm
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PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT FOR TRAUMA SURVIVORS
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PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT FOR TRAUMA SURVIVORS
ROGUE VALLEY MENTORING
1-TO-1 MATCH PROGRAM
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
SUN YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAM (SYAP)
UMPQUA VALLEY DISABILITIES NETWORK
DISABILITY SERVICES